Lodovica is a PhD student under the supervision of Professor Webb and Dr Jeklic. Her research explores how the application of Legal Design to the way in which parties communicate can help the International Criminal Court tackling its inefficiencies.
Lodovica is a PIL lawyer, who worked in prominent international law firms in London and Milan, focusing on contentious and non-contentious international dispute resolution and public international law matters, and acting in a wide range of international commercial and investor-State arbitrations in several sectors. Furthermore, she is Project Manager & Junior Fellow of the Centre for International Governance and Dispute Resolution (CIGAD) established by Professor Philippa Webb and Holger Hestermeyer.
Lodovica is an Italian qualified lawyer and a member of the Bologna Bar. She holds a J.D. in Law (“Laurea Magistrale in Giurisprudenza”) from the University of Bologna and an LL.M. in International Dispute Resolution at King’s College London. She is fluent in Italian and English and speaks Spanish.
Can the application of Legal Design help the ICC tackling its inefficiencies and overcoming its critiques?
First Supervisor: Professor Philippa Webb
Second Supervisor: Dr Mihael Jeklic
- Public International Law
- Legal Design
- International Arbitration
- Legal Tech and Innovation
Public International Law